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| 78 || [[Draft_programme_2020#pre10_20|PRE 10]], [[Draft_programme_2020#ws10_20|WS 10]] || Anelia Dimova || Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications || Government || Child Safety. Coercion and extortion. International Cooperation || Both
 
| 78 || [[Draft_programme_2020#pre10_20|PRE 10]], [[Draft_programme_2020#ws10_20|WS 10]] || Anelia Dimova || Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications || Government || Child Safety. Coercion and extortion. International Cooperation || Both
 
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| 79 || [[Draft_programme_2020#ws12_20|WS 12]] || Christophe Speckbacher || Council of Europe - DGII, Gender Equality Division || Intergovernmental organisation || "Sexism and sexist hate speech on-line: how the Council of Europe seeks to fill the gaps" Internet has become an essential tool for institutional, business, social and other communications and advertising, for new mass media etc. Conscious and unconscious forms of sexism, also on-line, feed persisting gender stereotypes and inequalities in Europe and acts of “everyday” sexism are part of a continuum of violence that creates a climate of intimidation which can particularly affect women who are politicians, journalists, activists, human rights lawyers etc. Communities propagating violent forms of misogyny have also been observed. In March 2010, the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers adopted Recommendation (2019)1 on preventing and combating sexism, in response to recent movements (#Metoo etc). It calls for action in such areas as language and communication; the Internet and social platforms; media, advertising and other communication products. These should be free from sexist models and stereotypes, sexist acts should be prohibited, sexist hate speech specifically should be criminalized and procedures should allow to remove harmful content. Whereas racist or xenophobic hate speech is recognised as contrary to European and international human rights standards, the same is not always true of sexist or misogynist hate speech. || EuroDIG
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| 79 || revoked by submitter || Christophe Speckbacher || Council of Europe - DGII, Gender Equality Division || Intergovernmental organisation || "Sexism and sexist hate speech on-line: how the Council of Europe seeks to fill the gaps" Internet has become an essential tool for institutional, business, social and other communications and advertising, for new mass media etc. Conscious and unconscious forms of sexism, also on-line, feed persisting gender stereotypes and inequalities in Europe and acts of “everyday” sexism are part of a continuum of violence that creates a climate of intimidation which can particularly affect women who are politicians, journalists, activists, human rights lawyers etc. Communities propagating violent forms of misogyny have also been observed. In March 2010, the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers adopted Recommendation (2019)1 on preventing and combating sexism, in response to recent movements (#Metoo etc). It calls for action in such areas as language and communication; the Internet and social platforms; media, advertising and other communication products. These should be free from sexist models and stereotypes, sexist acts should be prohibited, sexist hate speech specifically should be criminalized and procedures should allow to remove harmful content. Whereas racist or xenophobic hate speech is recognised as contrary to European and international human rights standards, the same is not always true of sexist or misogynist hate speech. || EuroDIG
 
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| 89 || Big Stage (TBC) || Andrea Beccalli || ICANN || Technical community || DNS Abuse and ICANN facilitation center for DNS ecosystem security risks || Both
 
| 89 || Big Stage (TBC) || Andrea Beccalli || ICANN || Technical community || DNS Abuse and ICANN facilitation center for DNS ecosystem security risks || Both

Revision as of 21:23, 13 February 2020

During the period from 1 October – 8 December 2019 we received 179 submissions in the joint call for issues for the EuroDIG and SEEDIG 2020 programme planning. You can find the breakdown here.

Categories are colored as follows:

 Access & literacy   Development of IG ecosystem   Human rights & data protection   Innovation and economic issues   Media & content   Cross cutting / other issues   Security and crime   Technical & operational issues 

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You can also download the list of proposals as of 14 Dec. 2019 as pdf file.

Proposals submitted during the Planning Meeting / programme review phase